This Week In School…
Year 3 – have been very creative! In English, they have designed their own plant using their Scientific knowledge. They explained their plant through a non-chronological report with a focus on the use of subheadings. In Maths, they have continued their understanding of fractions, looking at ordering fractions with different denominators and numerators. They completed their Science topic about plants by researching a specific crop type and presenting it to the rest of the class. In PSHE, they developed their understanding of stereotypes and had some great discussions around this topic. On Wednesday, everyone enjoyed being creative and interacting with different year groups. The children were able to try a range of different creative activities.
Year 4 – have written a non-chronological report in spirit of the NHS' birthday on the 5th of July. They have learnt about the amazing work the NHS do, from life saving surgeries, fund raising and even the future of surgery performing robots! In Maths, they have been learning about shapes and the different properties of them including quadrilaterals and triangles. They have also started to plan their very own cooking show, complete with a seasonal pasta dish. They were also very excited to find out who their teachers for next year would be and what their classes would be called.
Year 5 – have been practising their news broadcasts about natural disasters in Asia. When performing, they really focused on the fluency of their speech and how they engaged the audience. They have been converting time and completed their work about imperial and metric measurements. All the children visited their new class teacher and went to their new classrooms for an afternoon on Tuesday. All enjoyed the Day to Create, especially spending time with children from different classes and year groups.
Year 6 – have had a very busy week this week! Most of the time in school has been spent in final rehearsals for their production which has a final name of 'Splurged'. All the children have been working hard to get the scenes correct and fine-tune songs and dances. The children also had the opportunity to visit their new secondary schools on Tuesday and spend the day there. They came back with positive reports and stories of new friends they have already made. On Wednesday, Year 6 mixed with Year 4 for our Day to Create and the children had a great day being creative in lots of different ways.
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